Gwynedd and Anglesey Netball League – Walis and Celts Bach lead the tables

Tim o Walis are top of Division One

Cyngrhair Pel-Rwyd Gwynedd a Môn
Gwynedd and Anglesey Netball League
Gaeaf/Winter 2021-22
Adroddiadau/Reports – 11/1/22 & 12/1/22

ADRAN 1 – DIVISION 1 (12 Ionawr/Jan 12)

Tim o Walis are back on top of Division One on goal average after previous leaders Arfon Ladies suffered their first defeat of the season last Wednesday.


Penygroes Primos 27-14 Arfon Ladies
(4-2; 13-6; 20-11; 27-14)

Primos produced a really strong performance to inflict a first defeat of the season on Arfon.
For the many-times champions to be beaten by 13 goals is very rare indeed, but the Penygroes side were in command from the second quarter, which they won 9-4 and then followed up by taking the third 7-5 and the last 7-3.
Players of the Match
Players: Primos – Rhodd Alaw Parry; Arfon – Rachel Southall
Umpires: Primos – Gill Roberts Jones; Arfon – Rachel Southall

Tim o Walis 27-19 Menai Mavericks
(7-4; 15-12; 20-16; 27-19)

Walis are back at the summit after a hard-fought success over Mavericks.
After winning the first 7-4, the teams drew the next 8-8 and the leaders edged the third 5-4.
A big effort in the curtain-closer saw Walis win it 7-3 and clinch an impressive triumph.
Players: Walis – Elen Edwards; Mavericks – Steph Oliver-Smith
Umpires: Walis – Hana Domagala; Mavericks – Steph Oliver-Smith


Dolgellau 37-14 WaliB’s
(9-2; 21-5; 27-10; 37-14)

A very comfortable win for Dolgellau who bossed each quarter except the third, which they took 6-5.
Players: Dolgellau – Llio Parry; WaliB’s – Anna Jones
Umpires: Dolgellau – Steph Owen; WaliB’s – Anna Jones

Dyffryn Ladies 31-25 Llangefni
(7-7; 17-12; 25-19; 31-25)

Two sides near the bottom of the table shared a good contest.
The opener ended 7-7, but Dyffryn took the second 10-5.
The final two sessions were close – 8-7 to Dyffryn and 6-6.
Players: Dyffryn – Ffion Jones; Llangefni – Lottie Pleasant
Umpires: Dyffryn – Tesni Haf; Llangefni – Cerys Parry.

ADRAN 2 – DIVISION 2 (11 Ionawr/Jan 11)

It is tight at the top with Celts Bach holding the summit by just a point from Pwllheli Wildcats, who have played a game less.

Bethesda 38-12 Walis Difas
(8-5; 17-7; 29-9; 38-12)

After a close first quarter Bethesda went on to gain total control of the match and won handsomely in the end.
Players: Bethesda – Sian Roberts; Difas – Beca Hâf
Umpires: Bethesda – Nerys Jones; Difas – Nel Davies

Celts Bach 31-14 Porthmadog
(8-1; 18-6; 25-10; 31-14)

Leaders Celts won every quarter against Port, setting themselves up for a comfortable win by dominating the first 8-1.
Players: Celts – Dinah Grace Hardington; Porthmadog – Sarah Williams
Umpires: Celts – Lucy Harrison Jones: Porthmadog – Catrin Thomas


Pwllheli Wildcats 23-17 Môniars
(5-5; 10-9; 16-12; 23-17)

Just one goal separated these teams at half time.
Wildcats steadily got on top in the second half, winning the remaining segments 4-3 and 7-5.
Players: Wildcats – Cet Hughes; Môniars – Catrin Williams
Umpires: Wildcats – Thea Murray-Williams; Môniars – Ffion Roberts

WaliC’s 40-0 Clwb Pêlrwyd y Cymric

Cymric forfeited

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